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was -- >> host: president obama's africa policy. pascal said that -- >> guest: i'm very concerned about that. i, i just think that when you get american military involved with your military, the disengagement does not come without consequences. i am -- typically these things lead to bad ends. and for the countries involved. when your country becomes of strategic usefulness to the, to the united states, you find that the management of your own democracy will be infinitely more difficult to administer. and the complicit spirit of black elites in america and how to awaken that. >> guest: oh, as i've gotten older i've become more disincliented to judge -- disinclined to judge people. i am -- the judging i do i try to make it of myself usually. i think most of us when we are doing things that others would feel are not the right things to do, lead to bad ends most of us do out of an absence of knowledge, consequences of what we are doing. most americans in respect of of race know very little about what goes on in countries around the world. american opposition, american aid, american involvement, and
and the president obama's leadership are focused on job creation, trying to continue to get the economy turned around, pushing for place to sequester with a balanced approach to deficit reduction where we make targeted spending cuts rather than taking the hacks on republican support like the sequester eliminating head start, which cut meals on wheels for seniors, cause us to have to put federal employees on furlough, even national guard members who are defending as in the path of hurricanes during hurricane season, that is the agenda the republicans have embraced and if they continued down the path of extremism through the fall and next year, what i think is going to happen is it will give up more opportunities to expand, to win congressional races no one is predicting we have a chance to win now and that is why we're doing everything we can in the democratic party to aggressively continue on mass expansion. in arizona, after this i will be going to texas for the next few days where there have been huge demographic shifts, ala unregistered hispanic citizens who when we get the registered and g
ought to be ashamed of ourselves. president obama took some pains to try to block president aristide's returned to his country from south africa. that is a violation of the international covenant on civil and political rights which the united states is a part of. we cannot block people from leaving the country nor can you block them from returning to their own country. and so if not the letter certainly the president violated the spirit of our legal binding obligation under that international human rights treaty. >> host: where is former president aristide right now? >> guest: he is in haiti. >> host: where is a living? the living? >> guest: he is back in his home and he is operating the school that he operated before so he is doing service work. >> host: dessi of security? >> guest: i don't know. i don't know if he has what would be warranted. i just don't know. while we talk to them -- we can't talk to them about things like that on the phone. and so we don't touch on that. but we are in touch. >> host: from "quitting america" the departure of a black man from his native land you w
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